Calligrapher | Book Artist
In this class I will cover the basic techniques of bookbinding and we will explore several different book structures. We will begin the first week with a simple pamphlet book for your notes and ideas, and we'll learn about folding, scoring, grain, trimming, and discuss basic terms, principles, and materials. In successive weeks we'll make a drum leaf book for finished work, a French link stitch book, a sampler of variations such as windows and pockets, and finish with a hard-cover multi-section long-stitch book.
The Emerson, Room 204, 111 S Grand Aveenue
Jan 21, 28; Feb 4, 18, 25; Mar 4
Tuition: $125 per person includes basic materials; you may wish to supplement with better quality paper
Update December 28: This class is filled. If there is enough interest, I will teach this class again beginning mid-February. Email me for updates regarding the next class.
We will be working with both the pointed brush and pointed pen because gesture, pressure, and tempo are important to both tools. We will begin with a Pentel Color Brush and then move on to a couple of pointed pen nibs. I will introduce you to a number of scripts and we will also explore how to study and analyze scripts you may wish to adapt. We're starting with the basics, so beginners are welcome. On the last day of class, we will bind our notes and practice sheets into a book that will be a record of your work in the class.
Coldsmoke Coffeehouse meeting room on West Huffine*
2:00-3:30pm on Jan 14, 21, 28; Feb 4, 11, 18
Tuition: $80 per person
Optional basic supplies kit: $12 includes
To register for the class, pay tuition here (choose class only or class+kit):